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ATALOGUE OF MR. WALTER 
RICHMOND'S COLLECTION OF 
MODERN PAINTINGS, NOW ON 
FREE EXHIBITION AT THE FIFTH AVENUE 
ART GALLERIES, s^^ FIFTH AVENUE, NEAR 
34TH STREET, NEW YORK. THIS COLLEC- 
TION WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION AT 
CHICKERING HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, 
FEBRUARY 17TH, 1893, COMMENCING AT 
EIGHT O'CLOCK. ROBERT SOMERVILLE, 
AUCTIONEER. ORTGIES & CO., MANAGERS. 




rOHN C. RANKIN CO., PRINTERS, 
' 34 CORTLANDT ST., NEW YORK. 



J[/TESSRS. ORTGIES &= CO. are pleased to announce 
that they have been engaged to dispose of this collection 
by auction. 

The owner, Mr. Walter Richmond, of Providence, R. I. , 
has beeji a Icn'er and purchaser of paintings for over twenty 
years. 

He has exercised great care and discrimijiation in the 
selection of representative examples by many of the prominent 
artists of the day. 

Of late years very little has been added. 

Every picture belongs to Mr. Richmond, and they are offered 
for sale entirely without reserve. 



Mr. S. P. Avery, Jr., will assist in the managetnent of 
the sale. 















LIST OF ARTISTS REPRESENTED 








IN THE 








WALTER 


RICHMOND 


COLLECTION. 






Brascassat, 3. 


Dauljigny, 62. 


Millet, 47, 58, 66. 






Houlan^er, 4. 


Epp, II. 


Munkacsy, 51. 






Becker, 5. 


Froinentiii, 56, 63 


Niczky, 7. 






Beyschla^, 8. 


Fortuny, 69. 


Perrier, 10. 






Beauiiie, 9. 


Geiicault, 40. 


Pasini. 16. 






Bougliton, 14. 


Greuze, 67. 


Piot, 18. 






Bierstadt, 26. 


Hunt, 6. 


Rousseau, 32, 57,64. 






Bouj^uereau, 43. 


Isabey, 24. 


Rico, 36. 






Bonheur, 44. 


Jansen, 22. 


Seitz, 13. 






Breton, 55. 


Jacquef, 45. 


Schreyer, 42. 






Courbet, 23, 38. 


Jacque, 50. 


Troyon, 33, 52, 60. 






Clays, 37. 


Le Roux, 25. 


Viry, 12. 






Corot, 41, 49, 63. 


Michel, I, 21, 31. 


Verboeckhoven, 19. 






Cermak, 61. 


Muller, 27. 


Vernet, 34. 






De Haas, 2. 


Mettling, 29. 


Wahlberg, 20. 






Domingo, 15. 


Monchablon, 35. 


Zuber-Buhler, 17. 






Diaz, 28, 48, 54, 59 


Max, 39. 


Ziem, 30. 




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Dupre, 53, 65. 


Merle, 46. 
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CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



1. The highest Bidder to be the Buyer, and if any dis- 
pute arise between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in 
dispute shall be immediately put up again and re-sold. 

2. The Purchasers to give their names and addresses, 
and to pav down a cash deposit, or the whole of the Pur- 
chase-money if required, in default of which the Lot or Lots 
so purchased to be immediately put up again and re-sold. 

3. The Lots to be taken away at the Buyer's Expense and 
Risk upon the conclusion of the Sale, and the remainder 
of the Purchase-money to be absolutely paid, or otherwise 
settled for to the satisfaction of the Auctioneer, on or before 
delivery ; in default of which the undersigned will not hold 
themselves responsible if the Lots be lost, stolen, damaged, 
or destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the 
Purchaser. 

4. The sale of any Article is not to be set aside on ac- 
count of any error in the description. All articles are ex- 
posed for Public Exhibition one or more days, and are sold 
]ust as they are, without recourse. 

5. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery and inconven- 
ience in the settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can, on 
any account, be removed during the sale. 

6. If, for any cause, an article purchased cannot be de- 
livered in as good condition as the same may have been at 
the time of its sale, or should any article purchased there- 
after be stolen, misdelivered, or lost, the undersigned are 
not to be held liable in any greater amount than the price 
bid by the purchaser. 

7. Upon failure to comply with the above conditions, the 
money deposited in part payment shall be forfeited ; all 
Lots uncleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold 
by public or private Sale, without further notice, and the 
deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale, shall be made 
good by the defaulter at this Sale, together with all charges 
attending the same. This Condition is without prejudice 
to the right of the Auctioneer to enforce the contract made 
at this Sale, without such re-sale, if he thinks fit. 



ORTGIES & CO., 

Managers. 



ROBERT SOMERVILLE. 

Auctioneer. 




CATALOGUE. 



JTie first figtires give length of canvas. 



MICHEL (Georges), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Paris, 1763. Died, 1843. 

Neglected during his life, his paintings are now sought for. He is 

represented in the Louvre and other galleries. 

Most of his works are unsigned, for he said there was "but one Michel. 

Landscape in Holland. 

16% X 12 >^. 



DE HAAS (Maurice F. H.), 



New York. 



Bom in Rotterdam, 1832, 

Pupil of the Academy of Fine Arts, Rotterdam, and Louis Meyer, 

at The Hague. 

Member of the National Academy, New York. 

In 1857 received the appointment of Artist to the Dutch Navy. 

Member of the American Society of Painters in water colors. 

The English Channel. 



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BRASCASSAT (Jacques-Raymond), dec'd . . Paris. 

Bom in Bordeaux, 1805. Died, 1867. 

Pupil of Richard and Hersent. 

Won Second Grand Prize for Historic Landscape,! 1825. 

Medals, Paris, 1827, '31, '37. V-*// 

Legion of Honor, 1837. ifCrl j 

Member of the Institute of France, 1846. / 0^ , -5^ j 



Belgian Chapel. ^ _^ /^ 



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BOULANGER (Gustave R. C), dec'd . . Paris 

Born in Paris, 1824. Died 1888. 
Pupil of Jollivet and Delaroche. 

Won Prix de Rome, 1849. \..,J£^ 

Medals, Paris, 1857, '59, '63, '78. 

Legion of Honor, 1865. ^- 

Member of the Institute of France, 1882. 

Sentinel at the Mosque. 



BECKER (Carl), Berlii.. 

Born in Berlin, 1820. 

Pupil of the Berlin Academy of Cornelius, Hess and Van Klober, and 

Pensioner of the Berlin Academy, at Paris and Rome. 

Medals, Berlin, Vienna and Munich. 

Officer of the Order of Leopold. 

Vice-President of Academy of Berlin ; Member of the Academy of 

Vienna, and of the Royal Society of Letters and Fine Arts of Belgium. 



A Cup of Tea. ,,. ■ ^f 



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HUNT (Wm. M.), dec'd 



Boston. 



Born in Brattleboro, Vt., 1824. Died, 1879. 

Studied at the Academy, Dusseldorf, and subsequently with Couture in 

Paris ; later he removed to Barbizon to work under Millet, 

whose paintings he greatly admired. 



Ideal Head. 

16 X 20. 

From the Capen Collection. 



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NICZKY (E.), Munich. 

Medals, Munich, Vienna, Moscow and St. Petersburg. 



Spring. 



12 X 21^. 

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BEYSCHLAG (Julius Robert), . . . Munich. 

Born in Nordlingen, 1838. 

Pupil of the Munich Academy under Philipp Foltz ; studied later in 

Paris and Italy, where he earned his reputation for graceful 

treatment of the female figure. 

Medals in Munich and Berlin. 



Summer. 



[2X 15,'i 

Panel. 



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BEAUME (Joseph), dec'd Paris. 



Born in Marseilles, 1796. Died, 18S5 

Pupil of Gros. 

Medals, Paris, 1824, '27. 

Legion of Honor, 1836. 

H. C. 



" Found." 



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17XX 12' 

Panel. 



10 
PERKIER (Emilio-Sanchez), .... Paris. 



Pupil of Cano. 
Mention Honorable, 1886. 



Medal, 1889, at Exposition Universelle. 

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Arrival of the Caravan at Tangiers. 



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Panel, 



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EPP (Rudolph), Munich. 

Born in Eberbach, Baden, 1834. 

Pupil of Carlrusche Art School under Descoudres. 

Since 1865 settled in Munich. 



The Stray Kitten. 

10 X 14%. 

Panel. 

From the Chas. L. Frost Collection. 



10 



VIRY (Paul), 



12 



Born in Poce. 
Pupil of Picot. 

The Falconer. 

i4%xiiX. 
Panel. 

From the Artist. 



Paris. 



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SEITZ (Antoine), 



Munich. 



Born in Rothamsand, near Nuremberg, 1830. 

Pupil of the Munich Academy under Fluggen. 

Also studied with Wagner and Reindal. 

Gold Medal, Munich, 1869. 

Gold Medal, Vienna. 

Professor of the Royal Academy in Munich. 

Chevalier of the Order of St. Michael, of Bavaria. 

Monks Rehearsing. 

9x7%- 

From the Henry J. Steere Collection. 



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BOUGHTON (Geo. H.^. 



Born in England, 1834. 

Member of the National Academy of Design. 

Member of the Royal Academy (London), 1888 

And has received many Continental Honors. 

WrestHng for Favor. 

14 X 10. 



London. 



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15 



DOMINGO y MARQUES (D. Francisco), 



Paris. 



Born at Valencia, Spain, 1843. 

Pupil of the Royal Academy San Carlos, of Valencia. 

Pensioned by his native town, he studied at Rome, 1868, '69. 

Received a first-class medal at the National Exhibition of the Fine Arts, 

Madrid, 1871. 

Was appointed Professor in the Academy at Valencia; made 

Commander of the Order of Don Carlos III., 1876, and received 

the Grand Cross of the Order of Isabella the Catholic, 1883. 

The municipality of Valencia named a street after him in 1887. 

Member of the Royal Academy at Antwerp, 1888. 



Head of an Admiral 

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PASINI (Alberto^ 



Paris. 



Born in Busseto, Italy, 

Pupil of Isabey and Rousseau. 

Medals, Paris, 1859, '63, '64. 

Legion of Honor, 1868. 

Grand Medal of Honor, 1878, at Exposition Universelle. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 

Knight of the Order of St. Maurice and Lazarus. 

Officer of the Orders of Turkey and Persia. 



Noonday Halt. 

8K X 6K. 
From the Albert Wolff Collection, Paris. 



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ZUBER-BUHLER (Fritz), 



Born in Locle, Switzerland. 

Pupil of Picot and Grosclaude. 

Mention Honorable. 

Just Up. 

16 X ig%. 
From the Gandy and Olyphant sale. 



Paris. 



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PIOT (Adolphe), 



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Pupil of Cognieu 
Mention Honorable, 1890. 

Pansies. 

15K X 20K. 
From Goupil & Co., Paris. 



Paris. 



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VERBOECKHOVEN (Eugene), dec'd . Brussels. 

Bom, 1799. Died, 1881. 

Medals, Paris, 1824, '41, '45. 

Legion of Honor, 1845. 

Chevalier of the Orders of Leopold, and St. Michael of Bavaria, and 

Christ of Portugal. 

Decorated with the Iron Cross. 

Member of the Royal Academies of Belgium, Antwerp and St. Petersburg. 

Dutch Cattle. j^-r 

22 X 16K. "' ' 

Panel. 
From the Chas. L. Frost Collection. 



20 



WAHLBERG (Alfredi 



Paris. 



Born in Stockholm. 

Medals, Paris, 1870, '72. 

And at Exposition Universelle, 1878. 

Legion of Honor, 1874. 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 187B. 

H. C. 

Cross of the Order of the North Star. 

Cross of the Order of Wasa. 

Commander of the Order of Charles HL of Spain. 

Sunset on the Coast of Norway. 



36 X 23 >^. 
From the Artist. 



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MICHEL (Georges), dec'd Paris. 

Born in Paris, 1763. Died, 1843. 
Neglected during his life, his paintings are now sought for. He is 

represented in the Louvre and other galleries. 
Most of his works are unsigned, for he said there was "but one Michel." 

Approaching Sto^rm. 

29>^ X 20>^. /rr-^ "^ " ^-^^ ; 



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22 



J AN SEN (Joseph), Berlin. 

' The Mer de Glace. - 



40 X 48. 
From the Artist. 



23 



COURBET (Gustave), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Ornans, 1819. Died, 1S78. 

Pupil of Steuben and Hess. 

Medals, Paris, 1849, '57, '61. 

Was offered, but refused, the Cross of the Legion of Honor from 

Napoleon HI. 

Accepted the Order of St. Michael of Bavaria. 

Was exiled from France for his part in overthrowing the column 

Vendome, and died in Switzerland. 



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Woods in Winter. 



26 X 21%. 
From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



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ISABEY (Eugene Louis Gabriel), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Paris, 1804. Died, 1S86. 
Medals, Paris, 1824, '27, '55 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1832. 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1852. > 

Village on the Coast of Brittany. 

From the Beriah Wall Collection. 




25 

LE ROUX (Hector), Paris. 

Born in Verdun, 1829. 

Pupil of Picot. 

Medals, Paris, 1863, '64, '74. 

Legion of Honor, 1877. 

Medal at Exposition Universelle, 1878. 

H.Q 

Suppliants to Hygeia. 



Panel. (^ 

From the Artist. _ (J 



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BIERSTADT (Albert), .... New York. 

, Born in Dusseldorf, 1830. 

Member of the National Academy, New York, i860. 

Legion of Honor, 1869. 

H.C. 

Western Kansas. / r 

39>^ X 28. ^ ^ 

From the Artist. 
One of his four pictures chosen for the Philadelphia Exposition, 1876. 



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MULLER (Carl), 



Munich. 



Born in Darmstadt, t8i8. 

Pupil of his father, Franz Hubert Muller, and of the Dusseldorf Academy 

under Karl Sohn and Schadow. 

Honorable Mention, Paris, 1861, '63. 

Professor of Dusseldorf Academv. 



Madonna. 



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DIAZ (Narcisse Virgile), dec'd .... Paris. 

Born in Bordeaux, 1807. Died, 1876. 

Medals, 1844, '46, '48. 

Legion of Honor, 1851. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Universal Exhibition, 1878. 



Flowers. 

9>^ X 13K. 

Panel. 

From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



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METTLING (Louis), 



Bom in Dijon. 

Pupil of Cabanel. 

Mention Honorable, 1888, '89 (E. U.) 

A Dutch Housewife. 



[5% X 21. 



Paris. 



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ZIEM (Felix), Paris. 

Born in Beauiie (Cote-d'or), 1822. 

Pupil of Dijon Art School. 

Medals, Paris, 1851, '52, and at Exposit on Universelle, 1855. 

Legion of Honor, 1857. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 

H.C. 

The Grand Canal, Venice. 

From Mr. Adolph Kohn. *• * **' 



31 

MICHEL (Georges), dec'd Paris. 

Born in Paris, 1763. Di d, 1843. 

Neglected during his life, his paintings are now sought for. He is 

represented in the Louvre and other galleries. 

Most of his works are unsigned, for he said there was " but one IMichel." 



Environs of Paris. 



39K X 28K. 
From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



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Paris. 



ROUSSEAU (Theodore), dec'd . 

Born in Paris, 1812. Died, 1867. 

Pupil of Lethiere and Redmond. 

Medals, 1834, '49, '55. 

Legion of Honor, 1852. 

One of the Eight Grand Medals of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Universal Exhibition, 1878. 



Mountain Stream. /.^^.^ >^^ 



io>i X 6K. 
From Ml-. S. M. Vose. 



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TROYON (Constant), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Sevres, 1810. Died, 1865. 

Pupil of Rivereux. 

Medals, Paris, 1838, '40, '46, '48, '55. 

Legion of Honor, 1849. 

Member of the Royal Academy of Amsterdam. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Exposition Universelle, 187S. 

The Close of Day. 

From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



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VERNET (Horace), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born, 1789. Died, 1863. 

Pupil of Vincent. 

Medal, Paris, 1812. 

Legion of Honor, 1814. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1825. 

Member of the Institute ot France, 1826. 

Director of the French Academy at Rome, 1828, 

Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1842. 

Medal of Honor, Exposition Universelle, 185 

Grand Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1862. 

The Cavalry Veteran. 



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MONCHABLON (Jan), 



Paris. 



Born in Chatillon-sur-Saone, Vosges. 

Pupil of Cabanel and Laurens. 

Mention Honorable, 1885. 

Medal, Paris, 1889 (E. U.) 

H. C. 

In the Hayfield. 

24x17^. 

From the Artist. 



36 



RICO (Martin Diego), 



Paris. 



Born in Madrid. 

Won the Madrid Prize of Rome, 1862. 

Medal at Exposition Universelle, 1878. 

Legion of Honor, 1878. 

Chevalier of the Order of Charles HI. of Spain. 

Medal at Exposition Universelle, 1889. ^^ 

The Grand Canal, Venice. 

27X X i8>^. 
From the Artist. 



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CLAYS (Paul Jean), 



Brussels. 



Bom in Bruges, 1819. 

Pupil of Gudin. 

Medals, Brussels, 1851 ; Expositions Universelle, 1867, '78. 

Legion of Honor, 1875. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1881. 

Chevalier of the Order of Leopold. 

Commander of the Order of Charles III. of Spain. 

H. C. 



Saardam (Pays-Bas). 

30x21^. 

The Artists' Salon Picture of 1878. 



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COURBET (Gustave), dec'd 



Paris. 



Bom in Ornans, 1819. Died, 1878. 

Pupil of Steuben and Hesse. 

Medals, Paris, 1849, '57» '^^• 

Was offered, but refused, the Cross of the Legion of Honor from 

Napoleon IH. 

Accepted the Order of St. Michael of Bavaria. 

Was exiled from France for his part in overthrowing the Column 

Vendome, and died in Switzerland. 



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Near Ornans. 



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36 X 2314. 
From the Artist. 

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MAX (Gabriel), Munich. 

Born in Prague, 1840. 

Pupil of Piloty. 

Medals, Exposition Universelle, 1873 ; Berlin, 1874 ; Munich, 1876. 

Professor of Royal Academy of Munich. 

Honorary Member of the Academies of Amsterdam, Berlin, London 

and Vienna. 



Dorothea," 



21 X 3i>^. 
From the Artist. 



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40 
GERICAULT (Jean Louis), dec'd . . . Paris. 

Born in Rouen, 1791. Died, 1824. 

Pupil of Vernet and Guerin. 

Many of his works are in the Louvre. 



Stable Interior. 

12%, X 16. 
From the Beriah Wall Collection. 



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COROT (Jean Baptiste Camille), dec'd 



Paris 



Born in Paris, 1796. Died, 1875. 

Pupil of Michallon and Bertin. 

Medals, Paris, 1838, '48, '55, and Exposition Universelle, 1867. 

Legion of Honor, 1846. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the Memory of Deceased Artists. 

Exposition Universelle, 1878. 

A Path over the Hill. ^ 

From the Ottoz Collection, Paris. ■ . ^~ 



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SCHREYER (Adolphe), 



Paris. 



Born in Fj-ankfort, 1828. 
Pupil of the Stadel Institute ; studied also in Munich and Dusseldort ; 

traveled in the East to observe his favorite subject, the horse. 

Medals, Brussels, 1863; Paris, 1864. '65, '67; Vienna, 1873; Munich, 

1876. 

H. C. 

Chevalier of the Order of Leopold, i860. 

Member of the Academies of Antwerp and Rotterdam. 

Honorary Member of the Deutsches Hockstift. 

Court Painter to Grand Duke of Mecklenberg-Schwerin. 



Arab Scout. 



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BOUGUEREAU (Wm. Adolphe), 



Paris. 



Born in La Rochelle, 1825. 

Pupil of Picot and L'Ecole des Beaux-Arts. 

Prize of Rome, 1850. 

]\Iedal, Paris, 1857, and at the Expositions Universelle of 1855, '67, '8 

Legion of Honor, 1859. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1876. 

Member of the Institute of France, 1876. 

Medal of Honor, Exposition Universelle, 1878. 

Medal of Honor, Paris, 1885. 

Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1885. 



H. C. 



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20 X 24. 



44 



BONHEUR (Maria Rosa), 



Paris. 



Born in Bordeaux, 1822. 

Pupil of her father, Raymond Bonheur. 

Medals, Paris, 1845. '48, '55 (E. U.), 1867 (E. U.) 

Exempted from Jury of Admission by special decision. 

(Moniteur of July 27, 1853.) 

Legion of Honor, 1865. 

Elected Member of the Antwerp Institute, 1868. 

Chevalier of the Order of Leopold, 1880. 

Commander of the Royal Order of Isabella the Catholic, 1880. 

During the Franco-Prussian vi^ar, her studio was protected by special 

order of the Crown Prince of Prussia. 



The Generalissimo. 

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JACQUET (Gustave), 

Born in Paris, 1846. 
Pupil of Bouguereau. 
Medals, Paris, 1868, '75, and at Exposition Universelle, 
Legion of Honor, 1879. 



Paris. 



H.C. 

" Cinderella."' 

25 X 35K. 
Fi-om the S. A. Coale Collection. 



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MERLE (Hugues), dec'd Paris. 

Bom, 1823. Died, 1881. 

Pupil of Cogniet. 

Medals, Paris, 1861, '63 (Rappel). 

Legion of Honor, 1866. O {_ * 

H.C. ^ ^ S 

Autumn. ,1 ' f^ 

32X X 25%. / 

From the James R. Claghorn Collection. 



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MILLET (Jean Francois), dec'd .... Paris. 
Born in Greville, 1814. Died, 1875. 

Pupil of Paul Delaroche. 
Medals, Paris, 1853, '64, '67 (E. U.) 
Legion of Honor, 1868. 
Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, at Exposition Uni- 
verselle, 1878. 

Mid-day Shadows. 

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Painted in 1839. f ^ _, 

Early manner of the artist. 
From Mr, S. M. Vose. 



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DIAZ (Narcisse Virgile), dec'd .... Paris. 

Born in Bordeaux, 1807. Died, 1876. 

Medals, 1844, '46, '48. 

Legion of Honor, 1851. 

Diploma to the memorj' of deceased artists. Universal Exhibition, 1878. 

Turkish Women. / 

12% X 17)4. 
Panel. 



49 

COROT (Jean Baptiste Camille), dec'd . . Paris. 

Bom in Paris, 1796. Died, 1875. 

Pupil of Berlin and Michallon. 

Medals, 1838, '48, '55, and Exposition Universelle, 1867. 

Legion of Honor, 1846. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Universal Exhibition, 1878. 

Bayou of the Seine. » 

From the Beriah Wall Collection. 



50 

JACQUE (Charles Emile), Paris. 

Born in Paris, 1813. 

Medals, Paris, 1861. '63, '64, '67, '89 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1867. 



Sheep Grazing ^V; ^ 

' 39K X 28K. ^ 



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51 



MUNKACSY (Mihaly), 



Paris. 



Bom in Munkacs, Hungary, 1846. 

Pupil of the Vienna Academy and the Munich School of Fine Arts. 

Medals, Paris, 1870, '74. 

Legion of Honor, 1877. 

Medal of Honor, Exposition Universelle, 1878. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1878. 

H.C. 

Cross of the Order of Francis Joseph. 

Created an Austrian Baron, 1882. 



Llvrogne. 



321^ X 25>^. 

Panel. 
From the Adolph Kohn Collection. 



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52 



TROYON (Constant), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born at Sevres, 1810. Died, 1865. 

Pupil of Rivereux. 

Medals, 1838, '40, '46, '48, '55. 

Legion of Honor, 1849. 

Member of the Royal Academy of Amsterdam. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Exposition Universelle, 

1878. 

An Ox of Normandy. ? ( 

23% X i9J<. 

The artist Boiidin relates that he was in the field with Troyon when 
painting this picture, and supplied the colors for his palette. 



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53 



DUPRE (Jules), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Nantes, 1812. Died, 1889. 

Medals, 1833, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1849. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 187c 

Gathering Storm. 

2314 X 17. 
From Arnold & Tripp, Paris. 



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DIAZ (Narcisse Virgile), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Bordeaux, 1807. Died, 1876. 

Medals, 1844, '46, '48. 

Legion of Honor, 1851. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Universal Exhibition, 1878. 

Autumn in the Forest of Fontame-^ 
bleau. L "^ 



iSK X 235^. 
Panel. 
From the Francis Petit Collection. 



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55 



BRETON (Jules Adolphe), 



Paris, 



Born in Courriers, 1827. 

Pupil of Drolling and Devigfne. 

Medals, Paris, 1855 (E. U.), 1857, '59. '61 (Rappel). 

Legion ot Honor, 1861. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867. 

Medal, Exposition Universelle, 1867. 

Medal of Honor, Paris, 1872. 

H. C. 

Medals, London, Vienna, and Brussels. 

Ribbon of St. Stanislaus of Russia, 1881. 

Knight of the Order of Leopold, 1881. 

Corresponding Member of the Academies of Vienna, Stockholm and 

Madrid. 

Member of the Institute of France, 1886. 



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Peasant Girl Knitting. 

12?^ X l8<^. 

From the Georges Petit Collection. 



56 

FROMENTIN (Eug6ne), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in La Rochelle, 1820. Died, 187&. 

Pupil of Remond and Cabat. 

Medals, Paris, 1849, '57, '59, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1859. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1869. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Exposition L'niverselle, 



Mounted Spahis (the Light Cavalry 
of Algeria). 



12'^ X isK- 

Panel. 

From Mr. Adolph Kohn. 



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57 



ROUSSEAU (Theodore), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Paris, 1812. Died, 1867. 

Pupil of L6thiere and Redmond. 

Medals, 1834, '49, '55. 

Legion of Honor, 1852. 

One of the Eight Grand Medals of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Universal Exhibition, 



Sunset after Storm, 

From the Thos. Robinson Collection. 



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58 



MILLET (Jean Francois), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Greville, 1814. Died, 1875. 

Pupil of P. Delaroche. 

Medals, 1853. '64, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1868. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Exposition Universal, li 



A Churner. 

9!^ X 1434. 

Panel. 

From Mr. S. Isl. Vose. 



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DIAZ^(Narcisse Virgile), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Bordeaux, 1807. Died, 1876. 

Medals, 1844, '46, '48. 

Legion of Honor, 1851. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Universal Exhibition, 1878. 



''Margaret and Martha." ^ 

12 X 15?^. >^^-i^' 

From Mr. Adolph Kohn, 



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60 



TROYON (Constant), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born at Sevres, 1 8 10. Died, 1865. 

Pupil of Rivereux. 

Medals, 1838, '40, '46, '48, '55. 

Legion of Honor, 1849. 

Member of the Royal Academy of Amsterdam. 

Diploma to the memory' of deceased artists, Exposition Universelle, 

1878. 



Cattle en route 



32 X 21. 

From Mr. S. M, Vose 



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CERMAK (Jaroslav), dec'd 



Prague. 



/. . ^ 



Born in Prague, 1831. Died, 187! 

Pupil of Gallait. 

Medals, Paris, 1861, '68. 

Legion of Honor, 1874. 

H. C. , 

Christian Girls Captured oy Bashi- 
Bazouks. ^-^ 1 ^ 

59 X 33K. 
About 4 inches of canvas at the left are covered by the frame. 



62 



DAUBIGNY (Charles Francois), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Paris, 1817, Died, 1878. 

Pupil of his father and P. Delaroche. 

Medals, 1848, '53. '55 (E. U.). ^857, '59, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1859. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1874. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Exposition Universelle, 



Twilight. 

39)^ X 28. 

From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



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63 

FROMENTIN (^Eugene), dec'd .... Paris. 

Born in La Rochelle, 1820. Died, 1876. 

Pupil of Cabat and Remond. 

Medals, 1849, '57, '59, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1859. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Exposition Universal, 1878, 

Gypsies Breaking Camp in Algeria. 

From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



64 

ROUSSEAU (Theodore), dec'd .... Paris. 

Bom in Paris, 1812. Died, 1867. 

Pupil of Lethiere and Redmond. 

Medals, 1834, '49, '55. 

Legion of Honor, 1852. 

One of the Eight Grand Medals of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Universal Exhibition, 1878. 



The Plains of Meudon. 



20K X 15^- 

From Mr. S. M. Vose. 



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65 
DUPRE (Jules), dec'd Paris. 

Bom in Nantes, 1812. Died, 1S89. 

Medals, 1833, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1849. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1870. 

Early Morning. cl /> 

From E. Le Roy & Co., Paris. 



66 



MILLET (Jean Francois), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born at Gr^ville, 1814. Died. 1875. 

Pupil of P. Delaroche. 

Medals, 1853, '64, '67 (E. U.) 

Legion of Honor, 1868. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists. Universal Exhibition, 



The Sower, 



From the Artist's Widow. 



f}uy 



67 



GREUZE (Jean Baptiste), dec'd 



Paris. 



Born in Tournous, 1725. Died at Paris, 1805. 

Pupil of Grandon at Lyons and the Academy at Paris. 

Visited Italy in 1755. 

Exhibited in the Paris Salons of 1757, '59 and '61. 



Head of a Young Girl. 



is'A X 16K. 



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The picture bears the following record on its reverse sidi ; 

This.beautiful and characteristic example of Greuze was painted in 

1769, for M. de la Live de Tully, and was sold in the 

celebrated Paulmier collection." 



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68 



COROT (Jean Baptiste Camille), dec'd 



Paris. 



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Born in Paris, 1796. Died, 1875. 

Pupil of Bertin and Michalloii. 

Medals, 1838, '48, '55 and Exposition Universelle, 1867. 

Legion of Honor, 1846. 

Officer of the Legion of Honor, 1867. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Universal Exhibition, 1878. 

The Dawn of Daj^ , /"^^ 

30 X 3gX. 

From the Mrs. Morgan collection (where it was catalogued as "Nymphs 

Bathing.") 



69 
FORTUNY (Mariano), dec'd 



Paris, 



Born in Reus, Catalonia, 1838. Died, 1874. 

Prize of Rome at Barcelona Academy, 1856. 

Chevalier of the Order of Charles HL of Spain. 

Diploma to the memory of deceased artists, Exposition Universelle, 

1878. 

His great reputation brought many buyers to the sale of the contents of 

his studio after his death, which realized 800,000 francs 

Arab Fantasia. 

38 X 22)^. 

From the Albert Spencer Collection. 




ROBERT SOMERVILLE, 

Auctioneer. 



ORTGIES & CO. 

Managers. 



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